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FOR SCROFULA IN ALL ITS FORMS, whether Ulcerations of the Flesh or Bones, Enlargements of the Joints, Glands, Swellings, Eruptions, Tumors, &c., Dr. Jayne's Alterative has been found pre-eminently successful. By its action on the blood, it destroys the virus or poisonous principle from which these diseases originate, and drives it from the system. <br><br> FIFTY CENTS in postage stamps will get the most brilliant and complete weekly newspaper to the world. The San Francisco Weekly Chronicle prints regularly 72 columns, or eight pages of news, literature and general information, also a magnificent Agricultural Department, and 50 cents will pay for it for three months, including postage, to any part of the United States. <br><br> BUTTER-MAKING IN JULY AND AUGUST. Butter-making can be carried on in hot weather as successfully as in June by using the Gilt-Edge Butter Maker. It reduces time of churning one-half. Increases production 6 to 10 per cent. Storekeepers pay 3 to 5 cents a pound extra for butter made with it. Sold by druggists, grocers and general store keepers. Send stamp for "Hints to Butter Makers." Address, Butter Improvement Co., Buffalo, N.Y. OUAQUAGA DAIRY, SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY, N.Y., May 28th?, 1879. Butter Improvement Co., Buffalo, N.Y. Gentlemen -- Please accept a sample of butter made from "hay-fed" cows and with the use of your Gilt-Edge Butter Maker, without its use the butter made was almost as white as lard, while with its use (as you will observe from the sample sent you) the butter is of a very beautiful, even golden color leaving nothing to be desired in that direction. Several of my neighbor dairy farmers have tried your powder and are loud in its praise. It passes in market as "creamery butter" and is worth from 3 to 5 cents per pound more than dairy butter. H.C. Bryant. <br><br> CONSUMPTION CURED. An old physician, retired from practice, having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure for Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and lung Afflictions, also a positive and radical cure for General Debility and all Nervous Complaints, after having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering, I will send free of charge to all who desire it, this recipe, in German, French, or English, with full directions for preparing and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this paper, W. W. Shehan 140 Powers Block, Rochester, N.Y. <br><br> WHITE PRAIRIE FLOWER. Taken before retiring will insure a good night's rest, with an awakening in the rosy morn to health, courage, and vigor. For coated tongue, bad breath, sick headache, or any disturbance arising from Dyspepsia or torpid liver, it is without a peer. Its action on disease is entirely different from any medicine ever introduced, quieting pains almost instantly. The hue and cry raised against it by patent medicine men, who have foreseen in its advent the destruction of their nefarious business, and the thousands of un-solicited testimonials flowing in from all parts of the New World, is a sure indication of its great merits. Trial size at all Drug stores. Half pound bottles, 70 cents. CHAS LANGLEY & CO, Wholesale Druggists, Sole Agents. <br><br> AN OLD BACHELOR at a wedding feast, had the heartlessness to offer the following toast. "Marriage -- the gate through which the happy lover leaves his enchanted regions and returns to earth." <br><br> HUMBUGGED AGAIN. I saw so much said about the merits of Hop Bitters, and my wife who was always doctoring and never well, teased me so urgently to get her some. I concluded to be humbugged again, and I am glad I did, for in less than two months use of the Bitters my wife was cured and she has remained so for eighteen months since. I like such hum bugging. -- St. Paul Chronicle. <br><br> TURNER'S REGULATOR. Is proving such an indispensable article to those suffering from liver complaint that parties are in some cases purchasing half a dozen bottles at a time, after they have tried it. Physicians frequently prescribe the Sacred Bark which is one of the ingredients in this medicine. The advantage of using Turner's Regulator arises form the fact that its ingredients are the result of experiment and study such as few physicians could devote to a single object. <br><br> THE ROBERTSON PROCESS is growing more popular every day for the reason that more ore can be extracted from mines where roasting is necessary. The simplicity and economy of this process are important, yet the fact that more gold and silver can be saved than by any other known method will sooner or later bring it into use in all mines. <br><br> C.J. HAWLEY & Co. This popular and reliable house will not only fill all country orders for every description of groceries, but will fill orders for any and all descriptions of goods needed in the household or the farm. Give particular description of goods needed and remit by Wells Fargo & Co., or by P.O. order to 215 Sutter St., San Francisco. <br><br> A THING OF BEAUTY is a joy forever, but the nose can appreciate some things that the eye can not. Yosemite Cologne is put up in handsome style and the perfume is such that every husband who purchases one bottle for his wife never has any peace after that is gone until he purchases another. <br><br> OWNERS OF FINE HORSES should remember that Phophate Soap is good for man and beast. It will cure scratches, collar galls, or any kind of a sore on horses quicker than anything else. Every stable should keep a supply of Phosphate soap on hand. Ask you druggist or grocer for it. <br><br> BUY THE BEST. The best photograph is always the cheapest, but at the Imperial Gallery, 724 - Market Street, San Francisco, you get not only the best but the lowest priced work in the city. <br><br> SOMETHING NEW FOR LADIES. Illustrated catalogue and price list of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and Suits sent free. Sullivan's Cloak and Suit house, 129 Kearny St., San Francisco. <br><br> DENTISTRY. Go to Dr. Cochrane, 850 Market street, San Francisco, if you want first-class work at low rates. Cochrane stands at the head of his profession. <br><br> $13 WILL BUY 1000 fine cigars at J.W. Shaeffer & Cole, 323 Sacramento St., S.F. (No Drummers employed.) <br><br> THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY of Wm [William] Shaw has been removed from 115 to 523 Kearns St, San Francisco. <br><br> ALL PHOTOGRAPHS made at the New York Gallery, No. 25 Third St., S.F. are guaranteed to be first-class. Prices to suit the times. J.H. Peters, Proprietor. <br><br> HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM PRICE 50 CTS. An Immediate and Permanent Cure for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, Influenza, Catarrh, Loss of Voice, Incipient Consumption, and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, Ask for the California Pulmonary Balsam, and Take no other. Sold by all Druggists. <br><br> P.N.P. Co. (New Series), No. 88. <br><br> BIG PAY with stencil ??? What costs ??? sells rapidly for 50 cts. Catalogue free. M. Spencer, 112 Wabash St. [street], Boston, Mass. <br><br> J.W. TUCKER & CO. Jewelers And Silversmiths, 131 Kearny St., San Francisco, Agents for all American Chronograph, Swiss and English watches. <br><br> JOB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE. A half interest in the finest book and job printing office in one of the most prosperous and attractive localities in California? may be purchased at a decided bargain, if applied for immediately. Has three presses, steam power, and is fully equipped for all classes of work, fruits, a visiting card in a ???? is now paying handsomely and will bear ???? investigation. Owner is compelled to sell on account of sickness. Prices of half interest ??? Apply to or address Carlos White, ???? St. [street], San Francisco. <br><br> PICKLES AND FRUIT. The ??est home-made Pickles and Preserves of all kinds put up in the good old Southern style. A liberal discount to the trade. Address, Mrs. Abbey Fisher and Husband, 362 Howard St., San Francisco. <br><br> CURE FOR CANCER. Red Clover cures cancer, Salt Rheum and all other blood diseases. For references and full particulars address W. C. Nuetham, sole agent for Pacific Coast, P.O Box 422, San Jose, Cal.[California] <br><br> AGENTS READ THIS. We will pay ???? of ?? per month ????????? We mean what we say. Sample free. Address Sherman & Co. [company], Marshall, Mich. <br><br> TO FARMERS AND GRASS GROWERS. The Green Valley grain? will yield from 10 to 12 ?? of hay to the acre and from 1,000 to 4,000 bushels of roots, good feed for all stock. For circulars and price list address Arthur Taylor, Watson,, Atchison Co. Missouri <br><br> MRS M.P. SAWTELLE, M.D. GYNECOLOGIST. Office -Thurlow Block, corner of Sutter and Kearney Sts. [streets]. San Francisco. Office hours from 11 till ??, which she will diagnose and treat diseases of women. Editor and publisher of Medico Literary Journal, a monthly, devoted to the diffusion of medical knowledge among women. Terms, three dollars a year in advance. <br><br> CHAMPION SAFE of the world. Manufactured by Dutton Safe Company. A sure protection from fire and Burglars. Sargent, ??? and Yale Time Locks. Hart's Patent Emery Wheels, ??? Buck Skin Gloves, Ac. Sam L.B. Paige & Co. [company], Agents. New Montgomery Street, Palace Hotel, San Francisco. <br><br> ST. GEORGE HOTEL, Just Opened, On the European Plan. 812 Kearny Street, S.F. (Near Old City Hall). Meals served in first class hotel style, of great variety and good quality, at all hours of the day, for twenty-five cents. Steak and coffee fifteen cents. Coffee and cakes ten cents. Rooms from 21 cents to $1.00 per night as per ???? and location. Board, per week, $1,Room and Board, $5.50 to $7.00. Timothy Sargent, Manager. <br><br> INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, 824 and 826 Kearny St., San Francisco ??? 25 and $1.50 Per Day. H.C. Patridge, Proprietor. Two Concord coaches, with the name of the Hotel on, will always be in waiting at the landing to convey passengers to the Hotel free. Be sure you get into the right Coach, if you do not, they will charge you. <br><br> ORMSBY THE PHOTOGRAPHER. 614 Market St., near the ????, San Fran. Send stamp for samples. Cabinet Photograph free. <br><br> THE GOLDEN ERA. The Oldest, Ablest, and Best family paper in the Pacific Coast. Only Three Dollars Per Year. J.M. Bassett, Editor and Proprietor, San Francisco. <br><br> CALVERT'S Carbolic Sheep Wash ??? per gallon. T.W. Jackson, San Francisco, Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast. Trademark. <br><br> KELLY BARB WIRE. Cheapest and best fence made. Costs only half as much as board fence. Write for circular giving particulars. ????, Hopkins & Co., Agents, San Francisco and Sacramento. <br><br> GILHAM'S Green Hoof And Healing Ointment For Collar Galls, Harness Galls, Saddle Galls, Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Old and Recent Wounds, Brittle Hoofs, Fever in Feet, Founder Sand Cracks, Quarter Cracks, Scratches or Grease. For boils?, burns, and all Flesh wounds in Human Flesh. This Ointment has no equal. It's the Only Ointment in the United States that ever received a medal. For sale and recommended by all Traders, Druggists and Harness Makers Main & Winchester. 214 and 216 Battery St., S.F. Wholesale Agents. <br><br> PAPER HANGINGS! G.W. Clark, Importer of Fine French, English and American Paper hangings. The Newest Productions of the Leading Manufacturers constantly arriving. Window Shades, Dealer in all kinds of Shade Material and Trimmings. Agent for the self Adjusting Spring Shade Rollers. The manufacturer of the Gold band and Elegant Decorative shades for Private Real ??? a specialty. Geo. W. Clark, 615 Market St., San Francisco. <br><br> THE DAILY EXAMINER of San Francisco will be sent to subscribers, postage or express charges prepaid at $7.50 per Year. The Examiner, established in 1865?, is the leading Democratic organ on the Pacific Coast, and is the City and Count Official Organ. The Weekly Examiner. A quarto of 54 pages of reading matter will be sent for mail or express at $3 per Year. The Market Reports of the Examiner are of the most reliable character and persons engaged in business should give it a trial. Both papers are conducted so as to make them welcome visitors to the home circle. All advertisements of a certain character are rigidly excluded from their columns. Families will find under its weekly columns devoted to matters affecting "The House And Farm" the most valuable information The Daily received the latest Telegraphic Dispatches And the Weekly contains the latest received until going to press. A great struggle is before the Democracy and it behooves the Democrats of the Pacific states to make a gallant ???? in the next Presidential contest. Subscribe to the Daily or Weekly examiner. Wm. S. Moss, Philip A. Roach, Geo. [George] ?????, Wm [William] S. Moss & Co. [Company], 634 and 635 Washington St. [street]. <br><br> GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. P. Liesesfeld's [illustration of a billard table] Billiard Sales Rooms, 585, 589 Market St. cor. Second St. San Francisco. First class Hotel Billiard tables reduced from ???? & ??? Plain Billiard Tables from $50 to $??? Latest patent. Callender's ??? place ??? reduced from $?? to $??. Billiard Cloth, Balls, Trimmings at the lowest figure. Parlor Bagatelle. Prices from $15 to $???. The new gains "Chinese Start Co." price $?? . Send for Catalogue. <br><br> SEND 50 CENTS In Postage Stamps, Coin or Postal Order, and get the San Francisco Weekly Chronicle for Three Months. Encouraged by an enormous and increasing subscription list, and with unsurpassed facilities, the Weekly Chronicle has been enlarged from a 64 column paper to a paper of 72 columns, and price reduced to $2.00 per year and in connection with the change the price has been restored materially, making this the Cheapest, Largest, and Best weekly publication in the United states, if not the world. It is the Great Family Paper for the Farmer, Miner and Merchant of the Pacific Coast. It contains eight large pages, clearly printed with new type and on new presses, with nine long columns to the page. It is a complete mirror of the passing events of the world, as well as a library of literature, amusement and knowledge. An Agricultural Department is one of the its leading features,, which is under the management of a gentleman thoroughly qualified for the position by education, experience and long residence on the coast. As a medium of agricultural information it has his us superior. For freshness of news, editorial skills, literary excellence and artistic arrangement, it challenges competition. It supplies the intellectual wants of all -- the Farmer, the Laborer, the Artisan, the Merchant, the Miner, the Old and the Young. The price of this unrivaled paper has been reduced to $2 per year, payable in advance, which includes postage. Club Rates. A club of three subscribers one year, $1.75 each, a club of five subscribers, one year $1.60 each; a club of ten subscribers, one year, $1.50 each. This includes postage. Send for a specimen copy. All Postmasters are authorized to receive subscriptions. Send money by postal order, registered letter or by express, addressed to Chas. De Young & Co., San Francisco. <br><br> IRON PIPE, Plain and Galvanized, Brass Cocks for Water and Steam, Garden Hose, Best 3 ply. Fittings, Sheet Zinc, Lead Pipe, Sewer Traps, Boilers, Bath Tubs, etc. Send for Price List. W.R. Allen, 701 Market Street, San Francisco. <br><br> John Rogers & Sons, General Stock and Sale Yards, Cor. Market and Ninth Sts., San Francisco. Dealers in Hay and Grain at Lowest Market rates. John Rogers has been well known in S.F. for the last twenty-six years. <br><br> GARDEN CITY COML COLLEGE, H.B. WORCESTER, PRINC., [printed on illustration that looks like a seal or emblem] San Jose, Cal. [California], Box 490. First class, Centrally located, well equipped. Full corps of Teachers, All branches belonging to modern Business College. Send for circular. <br><br> [Small image of a hand pointing] IN MAKING ANY PURCHASES or in writing in response to any advertisement in this paper, you will please mention the name of the paper. <br><br> DO NOT FAIL TO SEND For our New Price List. More complete than ever. Contains descriptions of everything required for personal or family use. With over 1000 Illustrations. Send nine cents for it, (Stamps will do.) We sell all goods at wholesale prices in quantities to suit the purchases. The only institution in America who make this their special business. Address Montgomery Ward & Co., 221 & 220 Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ills. [Illinois] <br><br> THE PACIFIC, a weekly religious and family paper. The oldest on the Pacific Coast, Established 1851. Subscription $2.50 a year in advance. Remit to The Pacific, P.O. Box 2348, San Francisco, Cal. [California] <br><br> PACIFIC WATER CURE and Eclectic Health Institute, Northwest Corner 7th and L Sts., Sacramento, Cal. Being fully prepared to treat all forms of disease on the latest and most scientific principles, together with good rooms and board we with confidence ask for public patronage. For further particulars address M. F. Clayton, M.D., Proprietor. <br><br> SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITY ARGUS [text embedded inside patterned block], Published Every Saturday. It is the brightest, spiciest, and liveliest paper published on the coast and the Leading Weekly of the Metropolis. All the leading sensations, portraits of prominent persons, pictures of eventful occurrences, etc. $3.00 per year, prepaid extra inducements offered to postmasters and others to canvas for subscriptions, sample copies free. Address, The Argus Publishing Co., 405 Kearny Street, San Francisco. <br><br> W. DAVIS, MANUFACTURER OF Horse Harness, Collars, Whips, Lashes and Saddles of All Kinds. (Illustration of a saddle]. Wholesale and Retail dealer in Leather, Saddlery, Hardware, Horse Blankets, Robes, Sponges, Horse Brushes, etc. Send for catalogue. 421 Market St., Near First Street, San Francisco. <br><br> HORSES OF THE AMERICAN TURF which have trotted in 2:20 or better. Adelaide - ???. Albemarle - 2:19. American Girl - 2:16. Bodine - 2:10. Bonesetter - 2:20. Camore - 2:19. Colonel Bowls - 2:10. Co?? -2:19. Cozette -1:19. Croxie -2:19. Dexter -2:17. Dick Sulveller -2:19. Edwd ??? -2:10. Edwin Forrest -2:18. Fiesty Fisety Golddust - 2:20. Flora Temple -2:19. Frank -2:20. Geo. Palmer -2:20. Goldsmith Mold -2:12. Slowing -2:17. Great Eastern - 2:18. Hennis - 2:19. Henry - 2:20. Hopeful - 2:14?. Judge Fullerton - 2:18. John H. - 2:20. Lady Ma??? - 2:18. Lady Thorn. - 2:18. Little Fred - 2:20. Lucille - 2:01. Lucille Goldust - 2:16 ??. Lucy - 2:18. Lola - 2:15. Mambrino Gift - 2:20. May Quota - ????. Midnight - 2:18. Nancy Hackett - 1:20. Nettie - 2:18. Occident - 2:16. Prospero - 1:20. Prot??? - 2:17 ??. R??? - 2:13. Red Cloud - 2:18. Santa Claus - 2:18. Slow-Go - 2:18 ??. Smuggler - 2:13. St. Julian - 2:12. Thos. [Thomas] L. Young - 2:19. <br><br> Use Gylham's Green Hoof and Healing Ointment. It is the best and one of the most remarkable external applications in Use. Try it and You will use no other. It cures without Fail, Collar and Harness Galls. Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Brittle Hoofs, Fever in Feet, Quarter and band Cracks, Scratches or ???, King Bone?. And Fever. Thrush, Corns, Callous, Contracted Hoofs, Sprains, Suedy Toes, Mange and External poison, Never has there been An Ointment that Could heal so rapidly all Wounds, Sores, and Surface Diseases of Horse, Cows, Sheep, Poultry, Etc. Etc. The Leading Ointment of the Pacific Coast, Sure Cure in all cases, Cures Sprains and Spavins. It is used by all leading turfman foremen and gives universal satisfaction. For Cuts, Burns, and all Wounds on Human Flesh this Ointment has no equal. For sale and Recommended by all Traders, Druggists, and Harness Makers, Main & Winchester, 211 & 216 Battery Street, San Francisco. Clip this out and save it for reference. <br><br> PHOSPHATE SOAP. [illustration of a tin of Phosphate Soap with words "trade mark" written across a buckled belt] Phosphate Trade Mark Soap. Testimonials. San Jose, September 24, 1879, To the Standard Soap Co -- Gentlemen: It affords me pleasure to say to the public that I have used and prescribed your Phosphate Soap as a remedy in various forms of cutaneous diseases with the happiest results. I am of the opinion that it is the mildest and most perfect detergent that can be used, either for cleansing the skin and leaving it soft and healthy, or for removing the fetor and corroding influences of sores and ulcerations. I should be sorry to be without it in shaving my face or making my toilet, to say nothing of my good opinion of its remedial qualities. A.J. Spencer, M.D. San Francisco, July 19, 1897 1879. Standard Soap Co. -- Gentlemen: The ladies of my household, four in number, unite with me in pronouncing your Phosphate soap the best ever tried for toilet use. It is noticeable that while it readily removes impurities from the skin, it also leaves undisturbed the natural oil so essential to the health. It is not too strong language to say that we are delighted with it. C. M. Sawtelle, M.D., 120 Capp street. San Francisco, July 19, 1879. Standard Soap Co. -- Gents.: I have tried your Phosphate Soap, and have no hesitation in saying that it is the best toilet soap I ever used. My wife has used it and is of the same opinion. I have paid as high as fifty cents per cake for an article in every respect inferior to what you sell for twenty-five cents. Henry H. Lynch, 516 Haight Street. The genuine merits of Phosphate Soap and persistent advertising will force every druggist, groceryman and general dealer to order it by the gross sooner or later. Ask for it in every store. The retail price is 25 cents per cake. We wish to sell it only at wholesale, but in case you cannot find it we will send a nice box of three cakes by mail, postage paid, on receipt of 85 cents in stamps. Standard Soap Co., 204 Sacramento St., S.F. <br><br> CONCORD CARRIAGES [illustration of a carriage] Removal. The Concord Carriage Repository has removed to No. 46 New Montgomery Street, next to Palace Hotel, San Francisco, where a full stock of Concord Buggies and Wagons, the genuine Concord Harness and K.M. Miller & Co' Quincy, Ill. [Illinois] Buggies and Carriages will be constantly kept on had. T.M. Eastman, Agent. 46 New Montgomery St., S.F. <br><br> GLADDING McBEAN & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF IRON STONE SEWER PIPE. [Text written on an illustration of a pipe]. Chimney Pipes & Tops. Vases, Flower Pots, Fire Bricks, 213-1310, 1312 Market St., S.F. Manufactory at Lincoln, Cal. [California]. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. <br><br> N. CURRY & BRO. 113 Sansome Street, San Francisco. Sole Agents for the Sharps Rifle Co., of Bridgecourt Conn., For California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Washington Territory, and Idaho. Also, agent for W. W. Greener's Celebrated Wedgefast?, Chokebare?, Breach-loading Double Guns, and all kinds of Guns, Rifles, and Pistols made by the Loading Manufacturers of England and America. All munitions of all kinds in quantities to suit. [Illustration of crossed rifles] <br><br> DR. SPINNEY & CO. 11 Kearny St., San Francisco. There are many men from thirty to sixty years of age suffering from general prostration and a weakening of the system which they can not account for. Dr. Spinney will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases and a complete restoration of the physical and mental powers. Call at address as shown. Send for Dr. Spinney & Co., a new pamphlet.